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OnLive now working over Wi-Fi, announces 'Indie Fest'

OnLive has begun rolling out support for Wi-Fi connections to its cloud gaming service. So sure is the company that it can offer lag free streaming of game content that it is bringing Wi-Fi support to subscribers before it planned to. Support is still in beta, but most OnLive members are supposed t...

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Dave Perry on the innovation of Gaikai

All of the questions about Gaikai and OnLive have revolved around whether the streaming technology actually works. Can a company actually process your games on a remote server, and then stream them to you in a playable format? For Gaikai's CEO Dave Perry, there's no question: It works. "Yeah. Yeah,...

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EA Sports Live Broadcast lets you watch other people play games

EA has announced a new online service called EA Sports Live Broadcast, which will allow users to share videos online of both in-game action and out-of-game smacktalking. The service will also provide programming in the form of fights against players chosen to battle each other for prizes and online...

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Dave Perry details Gaikai's server plan, teases E3 announcement

Dave Perry is dreaming big with his Gaikai streaming service. He went into a little more detail on just how it will at work at today's LA Games Conference. The company is still planning to kick off its service with 300 data centers, and while he admits it will have "much more traffic than the serve...

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PSN survey hints at upcoming subscription-based features

Sony's European team has sent out a survey to some of its UK PSN members asking them yet again about possible subscription models for the service. The survey is run by a market research company called Ipsos, and appears to offer up a list of possible member benefits for a few different plan tiers, ...

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Evangelion PS3 is, disappointingly, not a game

If you thought Cellius was finally going to bear a new game thanks to yesterday's Evangelion reveal ... then you're going to feel as crushed as we are upon hearing this. The Evangelion project isn't a game, but yet another anime-linked service, much like the previously shown Gundam VOD thing -- and...

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Microsoft kills support for the original Xbox in Japan

Beginning March 3 in Japan, Microsoft will no longer service original Xbox consoles, regardless of warranty status. Xbox (not Xbox 360s, now) owners who are still under warranty and require repair will have the opportunity to participate in an upgrade offer, trading broken Xbox units for a new, fr...

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Complain to Nintendo, get a phone call

Reader Neal is a man on a mission. When hearing that Chibi Robo: Park Patrol was a Wal-Mart exclusive, he got on his computer and fired off an email to Nintendo questioning Wal-Mart's commitment as a "green company" and Nintendo's press release stating as much. Well, Nintendo cared enough about his ...

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DS Service Zone provides DIY utilities in Seoul

The next time you find yourself in the COEX Mall in Seoul and you find one of your screws is coming loose in your handheld or you need to give your screen a quick cleaning and dare not take your t-shirt to it, check out one of these Service Zones. As you can see, there are also lockable cabinets w...

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New US Xbox 360 service website launched

Microsoft just launched a new website for US Xbox 360 owners who have to send their console in for repair. The new website, service.xbox.com, allows US console owners to register a box, attach a Windows Live ID, schedule a repair and track a repair status. The site will also keep keep tabs on your w...

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